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2015 IFBB World Juniors and Masters Championships

2015 IFBB World Juniors and Masters Championships

The 2015 IFBB World Juniors and Masters Championships hosted 44 nations from across the globe. In whole, 28 medals were awarded, with 64% of collaborating countries receiving medals. The contest demonstrates the increasing quality of competitors, and how it has started to balance around the world. Gold medals went to 18 nations, including 6 to South America as the continent becomes increasingly competitive internationally.

First-Place medals went to Costa Rica, Guatemala, Panama, and El Salvador. Europe nonetheless, won most of the medals, having very quality representation in the masters division. Due to the price of travel and distance, Asia was much less represented this contest compared to other recent international events such as the Amateur Olympias.

Spain received ten medals, four of which were gold. Norway was well represented, receiving six medals, two of which gold. However, if there was a winner it was Colombia, who emerged with two gold medals, taking both overall titles in both the Juniors as well as Masters divisions.


 

JUNIORS: Esteban Fuqueme

Junior Men’s Classic Bodybuilding – Simon Bergfors (Sweden)

Simon BERGFORS

Junior Men’s Bodybuilding up to 75 kg – Tomasz Marzec (Poland)

Tomasz MARZEC_2015

Junior Men’s Bodybuilding over 75 kg – Esteban Fuqueme (Colombia)

Esteban FUQUEME_Junior

 

MASTERS: Luis Ricardo Plata

 

Master Men’s Bodybuilding 40-49 years, up to 70 kg – Miguel Angel Lopez (Spain)

Miguel Angel LOPEZ_2015

Master Men’s Bodybuilding 40-49 years, up to 80 kg – Oscar Marin (Spain)

Oscar MARIN_2015

Master Men’s Bodybuilding 40-49 years, up to 90 kg – Luis Ricardo Plata (Colombia)

Luis Ricardo PLATA_2015

Master Men’s Bodybuilding 40-49 years, over 90 kg – Mikhail Iusev

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2015 IFBB WORLD JUNIORS AND MASTERS CHAMPIONSHIPS

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